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Readers’ Choice Roundup: Best Florists

Mom and pop flower shops ruled in this week’s Readers’ Choice voting.

 

This week, we asked readers to vote on the best flower shop in their area. We wondered who people went to when they wanted something a little more special than a supermarket arrangement.

Here’s a roundup of what you, Patch readers, had to say:

  • is the overwhelming readers' favorite for best flower shop in Buckhead, taking 60 percent of the votes. (One reader took the time to post a thank you for their work on her wedding.)
  • In Sandy Springs, was the winner.
  • Flower lovers in Midtown said Twelve is the top florist.
  • In Smyrna-Vinings, won the hearts of readers.
  • South Cobb Patch readers chose   in Mableton as the best.
  • was the favorite for Cascade Patch readers.
  • was the top pick from East Atlanta Patch readers.
  • Candler Park Flower Mart won the top spot among Virginia Highland-Druid Hills Patch readers.
  • easily won among Decatur-Avondale Estates Patch readers.
  • In the North Druid Hills-Briarcliff Patch community, there was a tie between and .
  • And in Dunwoody, readers decreed as the best in town.

Let us know what you think of this bunch of best florists!

And come back Monday morning to cast your vote for the best place to take your Mom for Mothers’ Day brunch.

Bill Grossman May 01, 2012 at 11:18 PM
Blooms of Dunwoody is now open..... just in time for Mother's Day. Suzanne (the owner) previously worked at David's Flowers (my favorite local florist) and as you may or may not know, David's has closed. One partner has retired and David has come to work for Blooms of Dunwoody. They opened this week and are busy taking website orders and phone orders but the official retail location is still in process of getting built (they are still in same shopping center as David's Flowers but Blooms of Dunwoody will be next to Brittany Leigh bridal near Fresh Market). Blooms of Dunwoody 5479 Chamblee Dunwoody Road Dunwoody, Georgia 30338 Office: 770-395-7638 suzanne@bloomsofdunwoody.com

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